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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE inHBRIDGE HIRALD Tuosdnv, September 1, 197S- Every vote counts HAMILTON (CP) Al- though it is customary for politicians to send con- gratulations when someone readies a milestone, such as a 90th birthday, Jack HcDonough says he tliinks they are laying it on thick this election year. "I even got one from, the president of the United he said in an inter- vlaw here. "I don't know not even a citizen." As well as s telegram from President Nixon, he received wires from Gov.-Gen. Roland MLhener, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, NDP Na- tional Leader David Lewis, Premier William Davis of On- tario, Health Minister John M u n r o Ontario Liberal Leader Robert Nixon and Stephen Lewis, provincial NDP head. "I've only got one vote but they're all after said Mr. McDonough. LARGE PRODUCER A mature sugar maple can produce more than pounds of sugar each summer. BANDIT RACCOON Bandit, the raccoon, grabs a snack off his master's plate af- ter the children's pie-eating contest at Tillsonburg Pair in Tillsonburg, Ortr. Bandit's owner rescued him from a sore stomach shortly after. Why Are You A Bore? A noted publisher in Chicago reporls a simple technique of everyday conversation which can pay yau real dividends in social end business advancement and works like magfc to give you poise, self-confidence and grea- ter popularity. According to this publisher, many people da not realize how much )hey could influence olhers simply by whal they say and how they say it. Whether in busfness, at social functions, or even in casual conversations new acquaintances there are ways to make a good impression every time you talk. To acquaint the readers of this paper with the easy-ta- follow rules for developing skill in everyday conversation, the publishers have printed full de- taifs of thetr interesting self- trafntnn. method fn a new book- let, "Adventures in Conversa- which will be mailed free la anyone who requests it. No obliqation. Send your name, address, ond zip code to: Con- versation, 555 F. Lanqe St., Dept. 623-9-1, Mucfetein, 111. 60060. A postcard will do. Bigamists out KUALA LUMPUR (Reuter) Malaysian policemen with more than one wife have to leave the force, Inspector-Gen- eral Tan Sri SalLch Ismail told recruits here Monday. He ex- plained this was because they may face problems which could affect their efficiency. BET MILLIONS Sammy Davi buys share of hotel LAS VEGAS, Nev. CReute Comedian Sammy Davis Jr who couldn't even get a roo on the famous Las Vegas Str when he starter! entertainin here in 13-14, has bought New Zealand's horse players Of the Tropicana Hole bet nearly million at legal off-track counters during the latest racing season. LETHBRIDGE KiWANiS CLUBS' box Starts Wed., Sept. 6th Buy a box of these tantalizing, mouth- watering fancy Mdntosh apples when a Kiwanis member calls at your home and help to further the many worthwhile projects sponsored by Kiwanis Clubs. SOME OF THESE INCLUDE: Kiwanis Music Festival, Girl Guide Camp at Fort Macleod, Young Peoples Sharpshooters Gun Club, Scholarships, 4-H Club Award Winners, Tourist Huts, plus many other. IN PLACE OF APPLE ORDERS A DONATION WOULD AISO BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. National ballet draws big crowd DIFFERENT SIZE III the far north, leaves and cones of black spruce arc about half normal size. MANY SEED3 In every conifer cone are hundreds of seeds, usually two above each scale. OTTAWA (CP) A lavishly- ecoratcd version of the classi- .1 Tchaikovsky ballet Sleeping of Rudolf ureyev and the Toronto-based ational Ballet of xmed a five-month North merican tour here before an cstatic audience at the Na- onai Arts Centre. In the capacity audience, sit- ing front and centre a few ows apart, were three of the rime combatants in (tie forth- oming election campaign- Prime Minister Trudeau, Con- Disasters of past ecalled r> servative Stanficld and Leader Robert New Democrat chief David Lewis. The au- dience also included a flock of cabinet ministers and MPs. The ballet, in Ottawa for five [wrfonnonces before four other Canadian visiting centres ITV HIGHLIGHTS! Eighth Annual Davis said here. Davis saici he bought shar amounting to eight per cent ownership of the hotel but did not say what price he paid for them. Davis, 46, will be the first black ever to own a share in a inajor Las Vegas Strip hotel. lie said he will leave the Sands Hotel, where he is cur- rently performing, when his contract expires. That contract still has about 14 weeks to run. After that, he said, the Tropi- cana will open an entirely new nightclub, called the Superstar Room. The Sands is owned by bil- ionaire Howard Hughes. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) A Superior Court judge has :aken under submission actor Mickey Rooney's request for custody of his 'four children by liis fifth wife. Judge Mario Clinco said lie expects to decide within three weeks. Kelly, 12, Ken-ie, 11, Kimmie, Sue, 8, and Kyle, 10, have beer living with their maternal grandparents for six years. Their mother, Barbara Thorn as an Rooney, was shot to death in 1966 by a man friend while estranged from Rooney. The 51-year-old actor said he wants the children to live with him and his seventh wife in Florida. The grandparents, Mr. ani Mrs. Donald Thomason, con tend that Rooney has ncglectec fo visit the children often ani that the children nre happy in the Thomasos home. By THE CANADIAN PRESS The fire-bombing disaster wliich killed at least 42 per- sons in Montreal's Blue Bird Cafe recentdy recalled one oilier holocaust also blamed on arson. This was the knights of Co- luinbus servicemen's centre dance at St. John's, Nfld., Dec. 12, 1912, when 99 were killed and 109 burned. The fire, blamed on enemy sabotage, killed servicemen and their girls who were not out of the building in five minutes. Montreal's Laurier Palace movie theatre burned of Jan. 9, 1927, when 76 children suf- focated trying to escape up narrow aisles. However, the worst public building disaster in the last 30 years, the Boston Coconut Grove night club blaze of Nov. 28, 1942, took 492 lives. Its cause was never deter- mined. Other major explosions and firei and their tolls: killed in skid row Barton Hotel, 1955. Schlessin, Belgium, 39, In- cluding 20 children, in Mo Theatre, 1955. Warrcnton, in old folks nursing home, 1057. in Pointe aux Trembles home for aged, 1957. in fair- ground explosion during an ice revue. in apartment block explosion in suburban Lasalle, I9G5. Quebec in apart- ment block blast caused by natural gas, 1965. Brussels, than 300 in department store fire, 1967. Notre Dame du Lac, n destruction of home for iged. Handyman later admitted letting blaze, 1969. St. Laurent Du Ponl, Franc In roadside dance hall fire, 1970. in home for aged, 1970. Seoul, in hotel fire, 1971. in rooftop cabaret club blaze, J972. and 32 U.S. theatres, is a weighty production of monu- mental scenery and glittering coslumery, with almost 3tt hours of set-piece, formal danc- ing strung along under the overwhelming decorations. Nureyev was Nureyev, a spectacular presence in solo in his joy- ous, final-scene spin through wild leaps, spins and dazzling battlers. Veronica Term ant was a tech- nically-brijliant princess. The audience gave a warm recep- tion to Ceiia Franca, the com- pany's longlime director who played the non-dancing wicket fairy. Although a Canadian produc- tion, with the aid of the Rus- sian-born Nureyev, the new produclion will play only a monlh in all in treal, Toronto and Vancouver after doing four monlhs in 32 U.S. communities, including a number of small towns. The tour is being promoted by impressario Sol Hurok of New York. TUESDAY CRIME DRAMA: "Mission: p.m., Cli. 7. A non-co-operative young computer genius who has dropped out of society but is desperately needed by the IMF to complete their assignment. SPECIAL: Oral Roberts in London, p.m., C. 13. Keith Mierell, Noel Harrison and Georgia Brown headline. tMs special taped on location in London. SPORT: Summer Olympics, 7 Ch. II. A three- hour program of the Summer Olympics in Munich. The CBC presentation will commence at 9 p.m. on Ch. 7. RELIGION: Billy Graham Crusade, 9 p.m., Ch. "Youth On the March" is the topic for the first program of the Birmingham, Ala. Crusade. "Their Springtime of 10 Ch. T. Canada's role in the Sicilian and Italian campaigns in World War II. HORSE SHOW SEPTEMBER 7th7 8th and 9th Oevr 80 classes to be judged including Jumping, Five-Goited, Parade TWO SHOWS DAILY p.m. and Tickets on sale of lEISTER'S Reserved Rush Saturday afternoon performance Programs available at show 50c A CBC first OTTAWA (CP) The CBC has gone a step beyond bi- it issued its first news release in Eskimo. The release announces, in English, Eskimo and French, the appointment of Patrick Thomas Reilly as manager of station CFFB in Frobisber, N.W.T. An information officer of the CBC's northern services department said the trilingual announcement will be dis- tributed in Frobisher mail- boxes since that community has no newspaper. Of Krobisher's resi dents, were Eskimo, 700 were English and 200 were French. The information officer said no one had thought of trilin- gual news releases before. She added that the release was prepared because the Er- kimo Brotherhood of Canada recently criticized the CBC for not programming in the Eskimo culture of liinguage. Mr. Heilly, 25, has worked for the CBC since 1966 as an announcer in Yellowknife, Ecgina and Vancouver. EAT GIANT OMELETTE LUGO, Spain (AP) The Suso Bar claimed today to have made the biggest Spanish ome- lette in history. The omelette, required 20 men to turn it over, a bar spokesman said. He added It weighed 823 pounds and contained 550 pounds of po- tatoes, 44 pounds of onions, 22 pounds of sausage, 60 quarters of olive oil and 40 dozen eggs. HEARD OF FIGNEWTON FROG? He's tho first end slill best- known puppet of Leo and Dora Vcllemon who have been professional puppeteers for 20 years. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Sherry Boeckh tell> reacfi-rs about Velfe- mans, who are preparing for the first In tern a I ion a I tour of Canadian IN YOUR LETHBRmGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE MEMBER REQUIRED STUDENTS FINANCE BOARD APPEALS COMMITTEE The Students Finance Board an Appeafs Committee Member for the Lelhbridge area. The ideal member will be concerned with educational opportunity for students, and will have tho ability to participate In. objective decision- making with regards to Appeals submitted by students. The Appeals Committee has been established by the Beard to that oil students ore treated fairly, with respect to their Individual circum- stances, In the awarding of financial assistance under tho various Acts and Regulations administered by the Board. The appointed candidate will serve as one member of a member Committee, along with a student representative, and a member of the Board. Tho Committee will meet as required In lethbridge during the forth- coming academic year. The appointee will be paid a small honorarium. Inquiries, submissions should be directed no loter than September 14, 1972 1o: Mr. P. Tiefzen, Chairman Students Finance Board Depl. of Advanced Education 11160 Jasper Avonuo EDMONTON, Alberta T5J 2V2 GOVERNMENT OF bUVtKflMtm ur ydfocrla WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Little 1 p.m. Scots vs. Boers in turn-of-lhe-century Nova Scotia. Ch. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ore lined by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program schedule n tut to lait- minute changes by the stations and tt nor the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Dittributort Sterea and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Newfeld Dava King WEDNESDAY Jack Nevrfeld Bury] Clark aoc Checllne Dow Show John Oliver Dave Xing TUESDAY NIGHT SiOO World at John Walker John Charles 12.30 Terry Vogl WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot Hews, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Stiow Wayne Oarry Probe 1330 Noon Farm News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Thys John walker World at Six MON. THRU SAT. Don MacAAaster Concerts [Bob CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Conste) Don Hedman Con MaeMastcr a.m. Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT As II Happens Tuesday Night Introduction Tuesday Night WEDNESDAY Eye Opener World at 6 Eye Opener This Counlry Radio Noon Stock Market Take it from Here News, Wlhr, Sport Time slrrnsl Rupert's Land Rock Nations News Slide Provincial Affairs World at Six CLCC -A- CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour 7-00 Carol David Oberg John Malafcoff Major New! Major News Doug Gossen See It Ifs New At Anglo DELUXE CASSETTE CORDER buill-Tn electret microphone; powerful 1.3 wait out- put; swing balance mechanism; automatic shut-off system stops set and turns off power. Conlinuously adjustable manl- ier volume; AFC swilchf automalic recording level; 3 digit tape counter) tuning meter, AC cord, batteries carrying case. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and flkotoptapfiic 419 5th St. S. Phono 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELl" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Sesame Street Luncheon Oafi quences weather New! Pierra Berlon Merv Griffin WEDNESDAY ThougM tor Day Rupert Bear Fnsht lO'OO Yoga (c) House of Frfflht- ensfeln (c) 5S Norfti Maple All About Beat the Clock Movie: The Patsy Will's Ha Good Word Anoftier World ____ Sewing Anything You Can KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch, 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Adam 13 Hawaii Flve-O Gunsmoke (c) Mystery Movia News Game Hews i Love Is s Many Our World Splendorcii Thing 7loSfX Turn, TcxJay In Montana Hews (c) Concenlralion Tda Doctors fc> Sale of the Century Anolher World Hollywood Squares Edge ol Night Jeopardy fc) Love American Whal, Where style (c) Family Affair Lucy Show [c> W.y Three Sons Hillbilliel News NBC NlghNy Newt News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabfcvision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Olympic Ifews Uewlvwed (c) Dinah's Pfaca (c) News Secret Storm One Ufe to Llsri Days of our Lives (c) General Hospital (c) Three on a Match (c) Dating Gnme (c) Split Second lc) Bewitched Password ;